thick. The math was making my head spin trying to adapt the measurements. If you follow the instructions in the recipe, you may end up with more spirals in your dough (a good thing!)…the goal is to keep both the red and plain doughs at about the same thickness. I trimmed my layers using a ruler to make them exactly the same size. Keeping the dough cold is imperative. It will slice better and won’t squish into oblong shapes instead of nice circles. And if your log has a flat side due to its resting time in the fridge, just re-roll it into a perfect cylinder before slicing.
It's the time to bake various Christmas cookies again. These sliced Christmas cookies with almonds found their way into my heart in the midst of the summer heatwave, as I was choosing and testing recipes for my Christmas cookbook
Watch closely, take cookies out when they start to brown. Mix all ingredients. Roll into small balls, roll the balls in sugar, flatten with glass dipped in granulated sugar or edge of meat tenderizer hammer dipped in sugar for different design
Time to start preparing for the Christmas holidays and I offer you a lovely cookie recipe. Although we'll be mostly eating piparkoogid aka gingerbread cookies here in Estonia, these slightly chewy carrot cake cookies would do just as well
For all those last minute holiday gatherings I’m going to show you how to put together the perfect Holiday party spread and how to make the best ever Christmas cookies – Coca-Cola brownie crinkle cookies
Pinwheelcookies . Make Vanilla cookies dough. Make Chocolate cookies dough. I use only 30g of icing sugar for each dough of the cookies, but if you want it to be sweeter you can use 35g because my tasters divide into 2 groups, one said that it's not sweet enough and the other said it's just right so I give you a choice instead, haha